Macau is East meets West. The world’s most densely populated country and home to the largest hotel in the world is no longer Las Vegas of the east and has made a name for itself in gambling collecting five times more than Las Vegas in revenues.
But don’t let the flashy casino resorts fool you, Macau was also the first and last European colony in the Far East and is a fascinating destination for food and heritage lovers with plenty of Portuguese and Chinese UNESCO sites to keep you busy. It is well worth a visit, and not just a day trip from Hong Kong.
Spend 3 days in Macau then head over to Hong Kong for 4 days for the perfect week.
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Macau has one of the most fascinating cultural backgrounds in Asia and that is translated in its heritage and its food. The Portuguese influence, coupled with Macau’s trading role in the Far East, gave food in Macau a complex and interesting palate. Get an insider’s view on where and what to eat in Macau by clicking here.
Find out some interesting facts about Macau, the Las Vegas of the East and gambling mecca of the rich and famous in China.
Macau is more than just a gambling destination. Let me show you a complete list of things to do with this Macau Travel Guide.
If you find yourself able to take a day trip to Macau from Hong Kong, is it worth going? Click here to find out – comes with a one day itinerary.
There is a lot to do in Macao other than spending your days at the casino. Did you know that Macao even has some beaches. Here is a list of the best beaches in Macao, where to find them and what they are like.
In-depth and unbiased descriptions of luxury hotels in Macau – both in Cotai and Old Town.
Review of restaurant The Eight in Macau. Read this article to find out if The Eight in Macau is worth the pay and the 3 Michelin stars.
As I was slightly disappointed with Robuchon in Singapore, I wanted to see how the Macau branch faired. Find out in this review of Robuchon au Dome Macau
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